2023 Cathay/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens – Ticket Sales
Tickets for the 2023 Cathay/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens, which runs from 31 March – 2 April 2023, went on sale today via the official Hong Kong Rugby Union ticketing platform with as many as 20,000 believed to have already been sold to local fans.
The first HK Sevens tournament to be run unrestricted since 2019 is expected to be a sellout event with a capacity of 38,000 seats at the Hong Kong Stadium attracting international fans now that the COVID testing measures have subsided.
The 2023 Cathay/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens has already confirmed the home team women’s and men’s 7s sides will be in action as the invitational teams, which will help them prepare for crucial Challenger Sevens tournaments in South Africa in 2023.
Hong Kong Rugby Union Chief Executive Robbie McRobbie said, “We are delighted to be able to host the Hong Kong Sevens without the capacity and food and beverage limits of last November”.
“In addition to hosting a larger tournament than just a few months ago – with 26 teams instead of 16 and over 70 world-class matches, we are also welcoming the return of unfettered access to food and drink inside the stadium and greater international travel options into the city for our patrons.
We look forward to offering the traditional three-day line-up of entertainment, with the many bands and performances over the weekend that makes the Sevens one of Hong Kong’s best entertainment values, McRobbie added.
2023 Cathay/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens Tickets
All tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis and while supplies last and the Hong Kong Sevens ticket prices remain frozen at 2019 levels.
- A three-day event pass costs $1,950 for adults
- A three-day event pass costs $950 for children 12 and under while supplies last.
The HKRU confirmed that members of local rugby clubs and HKRU patrons have already purchased over 18,500 tickets via the exclusive sales period offered to the game’s key stakeholders. In addition, hundreds of tickets are reserved for participating teams, World Rugby and the event’s international travel and ticketing partners.